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C++ && Qt QML In-Person Q&A C++ Mentoring & Study Group-CppMSG
>> http://CppMSG.com << Please READ aforementioned website to find out the uniquely structured way the meeting is run and other important details about this focused group. Doors open at 6:30 for computer setup and networking, meeting starts at 7:00pm. Entering the building: On Sundays, or if you are late (for a weekday meeting), enter via very plain looking back steel door with 5 button keypad lock, the center of three doors in a small simple entry way @ very back of long building, furthest from Northcross. Call/txt >[masked] fouur 21 eigght< to get us to open it. Here is the small emergency exit doorway barely visible in the center right of this picture: https://www.google.com/maps/place/7756+Northcross+Dr+%23211,+Austin,+TX+78757/@30.3572119,-97.7375637,3a,75y,209.48h,88.66t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1slJnI1rNC4XsD9jvmHzs38g!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x8644cba602ba52b9:0x86109a38ae3ea8ef!8m2!3d30.3567115!4d-97.7372988 On weekdays, before 7pm, you can use the front door of the building (beside the gym and under cover of the building near Northcross Dr.) It locks at 7pm. Participation Details: Bring a laptop! You will need it. Wifi is available. If you are not able to attend in person you can also participate online with a google hangouts link that is provided at the beginning of the meeting on this page and gitter.im. For simple text "chat" and "code pasting" during the meeting, do not use google hangouts, instead login and use: https://gitter.im/CppMSG/Lobby Young People: All programmers are welcome, however if you are under 18 years of age, you will need to be accompanied at ALL times by your parent or legal guardian. There are no exceptions to this rule. Mentors Needed! - Our expert volunteer mentors benefit from teaching, as well as hearing and learning alternative approaches from their fellow mentor's views, and the questions asked by the learners (students) during a session. NOTE: No food will be served, please eat before you arrive. Sorry, no food or drinks other than pure water, may be consumed on the premises. All sessions are, or may be, recorded in video and audio. Recordings are not available at this time. These recordings may, or may not, be posted on the internet in the future. Generally, a simple web cam is pointed at the white board and only the presenters are visible. However attendee questions and comments can be heard. Your attendance constitutes your acceptance of being recorded. Keywords: CppMSG, Cpp, Cplusplus, Qt, QML, Quick, C++ Mentoring and Study Group, meetup.com, Austin Texas

Baer Engineering and Environmental Consulting, Inc

7756 Northcross Drive, Suite 206 · Austin, tx

What we're about

Mentors Needed! - Our expert volunteer mentors benefit from teaching, as well as hearing and learning alternative approaches from their fellow mentor's views, and the questions asked by the learners (students) during a session.

Let's Learn Modern C++17 Together - it's like a whole new, even better language!

Who should attend? - Are you a solid programmer who wants to expand your horizons to the powerful new features of modern C++?

Suggested Reading -

Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++, **2nd** Edition -- Bjarne Stroustrup (AKA. Birds book)

C++ Programming Language, The, **4th** Edition -- Bjarne Stroustrup (AKA. Mountains book)

CppMSG is an approach to learning pioneered in Austin in 2015, find out about it here:

http://CppMSG.com (http://cppmsg.com/)

We discuss deeply technical specifics regarding Modern C++ and how to modernized code up to that standard. Introductory and advanced questions and answers are interleaved with the goal of everyone getting some benefit moment to moment. All questions are treated with respect. All answers/replies/comments and asides are considered, challenged, and supplemented by everyone in the group. We are highly interactive and we sit around a huge table to facilitate quality communication. No one is required to speak, but we hope you will have something to add when you are comfortable doing so. The moderator of the group is very proactive in keeping the discussion understandable, focused, on topic and moving forward, as well as creating space for people to speak and express their technical ideas. We aim for highly productive, highly interactive learning. Generally, Grant is the moderator and Alan is the primary mentor

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